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    Just finished reading "Clara an Mr. TIffany". Peacock lamp, Tiffany Studios, 1900–1910. Leaded and blown glass, bronze.

  • Stained Glass Japan SGS-JPN

    Tiffany By Design by The Neustadt Museum of Tiffany Art (NY), which explores the construction, fabrication and design qualities of Tiffany lamps made between 1900 and 1925,

  • Jonathan B. Pons

    Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933) - Butterfly Table Lamp. Bronze and Blown Glass Lamp Base with Leaded Glass Shade. Circa 1899.

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